Will ‘Dreamers’ remain protected in the US? | Inside Story

They’re known as ‘Dreamers’: the children of undocumented immigrants who sought a better life in the United States.
And their American Dream is safe, for now.
The Supreme Court has blocked the President’s attempt to end a programme that protects them from deportation.
The Justices said Donald Trump’s administration did not follow proper legal procedure.
It was the second Supreme Court ruling against the president this week, prompting an angry response from Trump on Twitter.

So, will Donald Trump try again to reverse the policy, known as DACA?
And how will the ruling shape the election just five months away?

Presenter: Imran Khan


Vincent Warren – Executive Director at the Center for Constitutional Rights.

Adolfo Franco – U.S. Republican Political Strategist.

Lara Brown – Director of the Graduate School of Political Management at George Washington University.

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